A game in which you can fight with vehicles and combine different types of controllers in the same game.
Strange Game Studios launch next month Honor and Duty: D-Day, a new installment of the saga based on the Second World War that will mainly add vehicles to the equation and will focus initially on the multiplayer mode, whose empty gaps will be automatically filled with bots. To control the different vehicles that will be scattered around the scenarios, we will have to pass a certification test in a single player mode, that is, get our tank driving license, among others. This will not be necessary if we buy the vehicle, which we can use once per game, or if a partner gives us access to yours.
In addition to the different modes and maps to play online, the company plans to release an update in December that will add a single player campaign and a cooperative mode with another player who plays without a viewfinder from the social screen (in our same console).
One of the included maps.
As for the control, the title will offer the possibility to use in the same game the Aim Controller to shoot rifles and the Move to handle the tanks, or any other combination (gamepad + a Move), as long as we do not overcome the limitation of two elements at the same time fixed of the tracking system.
This month they will release the open beta, and the full game will arrive in August.